（考试时间 120 分钟 满分 150 分）
第 I 卷 （共 103 分）
I. Listening Comprehension
Section A Short Conversations Directions: In Section A, you will hear ten
short conversations between two speakers. At the end of each conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. The conversations and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a conversation and the question about it, read the four possible answers on your paper, and decide which one is the best answer to the questions you have heard. 1. A. 2:02. B. 2:20. C. 2:50. D. 2:32. 2. A. The woman. B. The man. C. The woman’s mother. D. The baker. 3. A. He gets nervous very easily. B. He is an inexperienced speaker. C. He is an awful speaker. D. He hasn’t prepared his speech well. 4. A. She didn’t like the books the man bought. B. There wasn’t a large selection at the bookstore. C. The man bought a lot of books instead of a few. D. She wanted to see what the man bought. 5. A. The woman isn’t a skillful typist. B. The woman should work as hard as Mary. C. The woman should do the typing for Mary. D. The woman would understand if she did Mary’s job. 6. A. Drive on through the night. B. Check out of the motel. C. Have their vehicle examined. D. Stop driving for the rest of the day. 7. A. Judy came to the party. B. Judy planned the party. C. Judy hasn't appeared yet. D. Judy doesn't have any imagination. 8. A. To tell him they are busy. B. To cancel an appointment. C. To invite him to go to a film. D. To ask him a question about a movie. 9. A. He needs the insurance no matter how much it costs. B. There are other types of insurance he should buy. C. The man doesn't have enough money to buy insurance. D. The cost of insurance is becoming more reasonable. 10. A. He is shameless. C. He is sensitive to the shame. B. He is dead. D. He has no sense of time.
Section B Directions: In Section B, you will hear two short passages, and you will be asked three questions on each of the passages. The passages will be read twice, but the questions will be spoken only once. When you hear a question, read the four possible answers on your paper and decide which one would be the best answer to the question you have heard. Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage. 11. A. A union leader. C. A tourist guide. B. The weather is changeable. C. They are far away from any towns and cities. D. Local food is both cheaper and delicious. 13. A. Skiing. B. Hiking. C. Swimming. D. Sunbathing. B. A hotel manager. D. A restaurant manager.
12. A. They are booked into a luxurious hotel.
Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage. 14. A. Because they want to have dinner with their friends. B. Because they want to watch football matches. C. Because they want to enjoy themselves. D. Because they want to find a new job. 15. A. Job-hopping has become a custom in the U.S.A. B. Job-hopping has helped businessmen to get better pay. C. Job-hopping has helped students to enter business. D. Job-hopping has helped workers in traveling. 16. A. Job-hopping may cause trouble in the country. B. Job-hopping may cause some people to lose their jobs. C. Job-hopping is widely accepted in the United States. D. Job-hopping does no good to firms or companies. Section C Directions: In Section C, you will hear two longer conversations. The conversations will be read twice. After you hear each conversation, you are required to fill in the numbered blanks with the information you have heard. Write your answers on your answer sheet.
Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation. Complete the form. Write NO MORE THAN ONE WORD for each answer. At the Customs Desk Location of the hotel: Things in the luggage: Duration of stay: Purpose of her visit: 17. ________. 18. Just ________belongings. 19. For an ________week. 20. To attend a teaching ________.
Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. Complete the form. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer. How long did the principal talk? Who leads to the Students’ Union? Was Jack interested in classroom learning? What’s the relationship between the two speakers? 21. For ____________. 22. ____________. 23. ____________. 24. ____________.
II. Grammar and Vocabulary Section A Directions: After reading the passages below, fill in the blanks to make the passages coherent and grammatically correct. For the blanks with a given word, fill in each blank with the proper form of the given word; for the other blanks, use one word that best fits each blank. (A) Last August Susan and forty-two other students got wet and dirty while removing six tons of garbage (25)_____ the river running across their city. (26)_____ cleaned up the river as part of a weeklong environmental camp. Like one in three American rivers, this river is so polluted that it’s unsafe for swimming or fishing. Still, Susan, (27)_____ has just completed her third summer camp on the river cleanup, sees a change in this river. ―Since we started three years ago, the river is getting a lot (28)_____(clean),‖ she says. Environmental scientists praise the teenagers for removing garbage (29)_____ can harm wild life. Water birds, for example, can die of plastic bottle rings and get cut by tiny metals. Three years ago, when the cleanup started, garbage was everywhere. But this year the teenagers can row their boats fast. By the end of the six-hour cleanup, they (30)_____(remove) enough garbage to fill more than two large trucks. ―(31)_____(see) all that garbage in the river makes people begin to care about environmental issues,‖ Susan says. She hopes that when others read that, she and her peers care enough (32)_____(clean) it up, maybe they would think twice before they throw garbage into the river.
(B) Dave Fuss lost his job (33)_____(drive) a truck for a small company in west Michigan. His wife, Gerrie, was still working in the local school cafeteria, and the price of everything was rising. The Fusses were at risk of joining the millions of Americans who have lost their homes in recent years. Then Dave and Gerrie received a timely gift---$7,000，a legacy（遗产） from their neighbors Ish and Arlene Hatch, who died in (34)_____ accident. ―It really made a difference (35)_____ we were going under financially.‖ says Dave. But the Fusses weren’t the only folks in Alto and the neighboring town of Lowell to receive unexpected legacy from the Hatches. Dozens of other families (36)_____(touch) by the Hatches’ generosity. In some cases, it was a few thousand dollars; in others, it was more than $100,000. It surprised nearly everyone that the Hatches had so much money, more than $ 3million—they were an elderly couple who lived in an old house on (37)_____ was left of the family farm. (38)_____ _____ the financial crisis, Ish and Arlene developed the habit of saving. They were fond of comparison shopping and would routinely go from store to store, (39)_____(check) prices before making a new purchase. Through the years, the Hatches paid for local children to attend summer camp when their parents (40)_____ not afford it. ―Ish and Arlene never asked whether you needed anything,‖ says their friend Sand Van Weelden, ―They could see the things they could do to make you happier, and they would do them.‖ Section B Directions: Complete the following passage by using the words in the box. Each word can only be used once. Note that there is one word more than you need. A. cultivation E. plunged F. lightning aircrafts K. consequence G. envy H. precious I. uncomfortable J. B. farmed C. constant D. machinery
Modern inventions have speeded up people’s loves amazingly. Motor-cars cover a hundred miles in little more than an hour, __41__ cross the world inside a day, while computers operate at __42__ speed. Indeed, this love of speed seems never-ending. Every year motor-cars are produced which go even faster and each new computer boasts of saving __43__ seconds in handling
tasks. All this saves time, but at a price. When we lose or gain half a day in speeding across the world in an airplane, our bodies tell us so. We get the __44__ feeling known as jet-lag; our bodies feel that they have been left behind on another time zone. Again, spending too long at computers results in painful wrists and fingers. Mobile phones also have their dangers, according to some scientists; too much use may send harmful radiation into our brains, a __45__ we do not like to think about. However, what do we do with the time we have saved? Certainly not relax, or so it seems. We are so accustomed to __46__ activities that we find it difficult to sit and do nothing or even just one thing at a time. Perhaps the days are long gone when we might listen quietly to a story on the radio, letting imagination take us into another world. There was a time when some people’s lives were devoted simply to the __47__ of the land or the care of cattle. No multi-tasking there; their lives went on at a much gentler pace, and in a familiar pattern. There is much that we might __48__ a way of life like this. Yet before we do so, we must think of the hard tasks our ancestor faced: they __49__ with bare hands, often lived close to hunger, and had to fashion tools from wood and stone. Modern __50__ has freed people from that primitive (原古的) existence.
III. Reading Comprehension
Section A Directions: For each blank in the following passage there are four words or phrases marked A, B, C and D. Fill in each blank with the word or phrase that best fits the context. It’s believed that intelligent people are better at learning languages. Most language learning skills, __51__, are habits, which can be formed through a bit of discipline and self-awareness. But, some of them are not good enough. Here are the three most common __52__ language learners make and how to correct them. Not listening enough There’s a school of language-teaching experts that believe language learning __53__ a ―silent period‖. Just as babies learn to produce language by hearing and parroting
sounds, language learners need to practise listening in order to learn. This can develop learned vocabulary and structures, and help learners see patterns in language. Listening is the communicative skill we use most in daily life, but it can be __54__ to practise unless you live in a foreign country or attend language classes. The solution? Find music, podcasts, TV shows and movies in the __55__ language, and listen, listen, listen, as often as possible.
A single method Some learners are most comfortable with the listen-and-repeat drills of a language lab. Some need a grammar textbook to __56__ a foreign tongue. Each of these approaches is fine, but it’s a mistake to rely on only one. Language learners who use __57__ methods get to practise different skills and see concepts explained in different ways. What’s more, the __58__ can keep them from working in a situation that never changes. When choosing a class, learners should seek a course that __59__ the four language skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking). For self-study, try a __60__ of textbooks, audio lessons, and language learning apps. __61__ It doesn’t matter how well a person can write in foreign script, or finish a vocabulary test. To learn, improve, and truly use our language, we need to speak. This is the stage when language students should calm down, and feelings of __62__ or insecurity hinder (阻碍) all their hard work. In Eastern cultures where saving face is a strong social value, EFL teachers often complain that students, despite years of studying English, simply will not speak it. They’re too __63__ making mistakes of the grammar or mispronouncing words in a way that would __64__ them. The key is that those mistakes help language learners by showing them the limits of language, and correcting errors __65__ they become deep-rooted. The more learners speak and practise, the more quickly they improve. 51. A. however 52. A. successes 53. A. picks up 54. A. efficient 55. A. national 56. A. make sense of 57. A. common 58. A. variety 59. A. postpones 60. A. selection 61. A. Complaints 62. A. humor 63. A. confident in 64. A. amuse 65. A. if B. moreover B. wonders B. begins with B. difficult B. official B. make use of B. educational B. change B. lacks B. preference B. Fear B. shyness B. comfortable with B. inform B. before C. furthermore C. mistakes C. takes up C. easy C. sign C. make profit of C. permanent C. improvement C. assesses C. combination C. Secure C. achievements C. keen on C. remind C. in case D. therefore D. contributions D. meets with D. ideal D. target D. make fun of D. multiple D. alternative D. practises D. replacement D. Diligence D. laughter D. afraid of D. embarrass D. so that
Directions: Read the following three passages. Each passage is followed by several questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that fits best according to the information given in the passage you have just read. (A) Miscioscio, 60, a marketing consultant in inspecting the cover, letting it fall open to Pearl River, N.Y., says she's addicted to a random page.‖ her Sony e-reader. She buys or borrows a print book only when it's not available digitally. Miscioscio says most of her friends and relatives have also switched to e-books for the convenience and lower prices. Last winter, she notes, she vacationed in Costa Rica and says ―at least 75% of those reading were reading electronically. I was shocked to see people taking their e-readers onto the loungers (躺椅) in the pool.‖
Meier, 43, a marketing director in Beaver Falls, prefers her books on paper, not screens. After working on a computer all day, she says, ―I want a book in my hand. Turning over its pages is my way of knowing it's time to relax and slow down.‖ Meier, who's sticking with physical books, doesn't consider herself any kind of digital ―resister.‖ ―I'm comfortable with all forms of technology,‖ she says. ―However, when it comes to books, I suppose I'm a traditionalist. My preference will always be the real thing.‖ To her, part of the joy of reading is the book itself: ―pulling it from the shelf,
Both have lots of company. Statistics show that e-book sales grew 43% last year, but that's a slowdown compared with the triple-digit increases in recent years. E-books remain the fastest-growing part of the book market but account for only about 20% of all sales, reported by publishers. Miscioscio and Meier are at opposite ends of a book business in transition. Even though e-book sales have grown more than 4,000% since 2008, it's unlikely that physical books will disappear the way records did in the music industry. 66. Miscioscio will ______ when a book is not available digitally. A. buy the book on paper C. take an e-reader onto the loungers A. an e-book B. part of joy B. switch to the book of lower price D. give up reading such kind of books C. a random page D. a physical book
67. According to Meier, her ―preference‖ refers to ______.
68. What can we learn from the last paragraph? A. Records are unlikely to disappear in the music industry. B. Miscioscio and Meier are two opponents in book business. C. Physical books will remain to be accepted to some people. D. The market share of e-books is bigger than that of paper books. 69. What is the passage mainly concerned with? A. E-books will dominate the book industry eventually. B. Readers go their own way in choosing books. C. New technology brings more benefits for readers. D. Physical books will disappear gradually in the future. (B)
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71. Which of the following statements is TRUE? A. You can get the money back if you give up the trip. B. You needn’t pay money for your meal that day. C. Officers from GCRC will bear responsibility if you get hurt. D. You are sure to be familiar with all the laws and customs there. 72. The word ―liabilities‖ can be understood as ―_______‖. A.traditional customs C. trouble makers B. the amounts of debt D. legal responsibilities
73. The photographs taken in Grand Canyon West can be used if ________. A. you advertise them for a company indirectly B. they are not for business and obtain formal approvals C. you pay for the rights to the local government D. they are used for the latest publication (C) Moocs (massive open online courses) are free, but without tutoring, and are open to anyone, anywhere in the world. The courses are flexible – normally three to five hours of study a week – done at any time, short (5 to 10 weeks) and video-rich. They are also heavily dependent on crowd sourcing: you can discuss a course with fellow students through online forums, discussion boards and peer review. Students don't have to finish the courses, pass assessments or do assignments, but, if they do, they get a certification of participation. The Open University launched FutureLearn, the UK's answer to US platforms such as Coursera, EdX and Udacity, which have been offering Moocs from top US universities for the past two years. The response has been incredible, with more than three million people registering worldwide. Meanwhile, in 2012, Edinburgh University became the first non-US institution to join Coursera's partnership, comprising 13 universities. ―We already run 50 online master's degrees, so this was a logical expansion,‖ says Professor Jeff Haywood, Edinburgh's vice-principal. ―It's an investment in teaching methods research. How am I going to teach introductory philosophy to 100,000 people? That's what I call educational R&D.‖ He adds ―If you look ahead 10 years, you'd expect all students graduating to have taken some online courses, so you've got to research that. Our Moocs are no more in competition with our degrees than a lifelong learning course because they don't carry credits.‖ Cooperation is key, Haywood stresses. It is far better to offer 20-30 courses in your own areas of expertise(专门技能) and let other institutions do likewise. Professor Mike Sharples,
FutureLearn's academic lead, goes further: ―We've tied the elements available before into a package of courses offered by leading universities worldwide on a new software platform, with a new way of promoting it and also a new social-learning teaching method. You won't just receive an exam, but be able to discuss and mark each other's assignments.‖ Bath University, one of more than 20 universities working with FutureLearn, launches its first course, Inside Cancer, next January, and regards Moocs as a way of breaking down age barriers. "There's no reason why someone doing GCSEs should not look at our Moocs and get quite a way through them, or someone at PhD level and beyond," says Professor Bernie Morley, expert for learning and teaching. 74. Moocs have these features EXCEPT that_______. A. Moocs are free of charge for anyone B. Moocs can be adjusted according to people’s learning pace C. Moocs provide teachers’ instructions if you have some difficulty D. Moocs have a platform for learns to share their learning experience 75. The response to FutureLearn has been thought to be unbelievable because ______. A. all the courses on the platform are available to anyone in the world B. Edinburgh University became the first non-US institution to join it C. the number of people registering in the platform is beyond expectation D. students can get a certification of participation without passing assessments 76. What can be inferred from Professor Bernie Morley in the last paragraph? A. People with various learning levels will probably show interest in Moocs. B. People at PhD level have already known everything about Moocs. C. Inside Cancer will be the most popular course for someone doing GCSEs. D. Moocs are not so competitive as lifelong learning courses due to the problems of credits.
77. The passage mainly deals with _____. A. the various opinions on FutureLearn B. the advantages of online teaching methods C. the popularity of no-credit courses D. the emergence of a new learning platform Section C Directions: Read the passage carefully. Then answer the questions or complete the statements in the fewest possible words. Being a social butterfly just might change your brain: In people with a large network of friends and excellent social skills, certain brain regions are bigger and better connected than in people with fewer friends, a new study finds. The research suggests a connection between social interactions and brain structure. ―We're interested in how your brain is able to allow you to find the right way in complex social environments,‖ MaryAnn Noonan said, a neuroscientist (神经学家) at Oxford University. Studies in monkeys have shown that brain areas involved in face processing and in predicting the intentions of others are larger in animals living in large social groups than in ones living in smaller groups. To investigate these brain differences in humans, Noonan and her colleagues found 18 participants for a structural brain-imaging study. They asked people how many social interactions they had experienced in the past month, in order to determine the size of their social networks. As was the case in monkeys, some brain areas were enlarged and better connected in people with larger social networks. ―These different brain regions are all singing different songs,‖ Noonan said. ―Networked areas are all singing the same song, and when they're connected better, they're singing more harmoniously with each other.‖ The researchers also tested whether the size of a person's social network was linked with changes in white-matter pathways, the nerve fibers(纤维) that connect different brain regions. Again, they found that white-matter pathways were better connected in people with bigger social networks. "The nerves were more like a Los Angeles freeway than a country road," Noonan said. The researchers couldn't say whether social interaction caused these changes in brain structure and connectivity, or whether the brain determined how social someone was. In the case of the monkeys, the researchers asked and wrote down the size of the animals' social network, so they concluded that social-group size was causing the brain differences. It can be inferred that a similar process takes place in human brains, but to prove this, long-term studies are needed, Noonan told LiveScience.
(Note: Answer the questions or complete the statements in NO MORE THAN TEN WORDS.)
78. The certain brain regions in people with fewer friends are ______.
79. According to Noonan, the certain brain areas whose functions are to _________ are larger in more-sociable monkeys. 80. How did Noonan and her colleagues know about the size of participants’ social networks? 81. According to the researcher’s findings, what would make the brains of monkeys different?
第 II 卷 （共 47 分）
Directions: brackets. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 孩子们总是对周边的一切都非常好奇。(curious) 她在比赛中表现出色，给评委留下了深刻的印象。(which) 一进学校，她就意外得知有一所名校录取她了。(No sooner…) 奇怪的是，这些年轻人对这些我们都耳熟能详的歌曲却一无所知。(know) 为了纪念这位伟大的宇航员，据说明年将会开拍一部电影让人们了解他的事迹。 (memory) Translate the following sentences into English, using the words given in the
II. Guided Writing
Directions: Write an English composition in 120-150 words according to the instructions given below in Chinese. 有的校园活动让你兴奋不已， 有的校园活动让你感到枯燥乏味。 请描述你参与过的一次 校园活动，并简单谈谈你对该活动的看法。 ? ? 请具体描述一次你参与过的校园活动 并谈谈你对此次校园活动的看法或它对你的影响
1. D 11. C 2. A 12. C 3. B 13. D 4. C 14. C 22. John 5. D 15. A 6. D 16. C 19. entire 23. No 20. conference 24. Mother and son 7. C 8. C 9. A 10. A
17. Downtown 21. 25 minutes 评分标准： 1. 1-10 题，每小题 1 分。
2. 11—16 题，每小题 2 分。
3. 17—24 题，每小题 1 分。17 题、24 题小写不扣分，22 题小写扣 1 分。 25. from 30. had removed 35. when 39. checking 评分标准： 1. 25—40 题，每小题 1 分。 2. 拼写错误扣 1 分。 3. 第 38 题，两空格只答出一空扣 1 分。 4. 第 26、38 题，小写不扣分。 41. J 42. F 43. H 44. I 45. K 46. C 47. A 48. G 49. B 50 D 26. They 31. Seeing 36. were touched 40. could 27. who 32. to clean 37. what 28. cleaner 33. driving 29. that/ which 34. an
38. Because of/ Owing to/ Due to
评分标准：41—50 题，每小题 1 分。 51. A 61. B 52. C 62. B 53. B 63. D 54. B 64. D 55. D 65. B 56. A 57. D 58. A 59. D 60. C
评分标准：51—65 题，每小题 1 分。 66. A 70. A 74. C 67. D 71. B 75. C 68. C 72. D 76. A 69. B 73. B 77. D
评分标准：66—77 题，每小题 2 分。 78. smaller and worse connected 79. process faces and predict the intentions of others 80. By asking how many social interactions (they had experienced). 81.Social-group size. 评分标准： 1. 78—81 题，每小题 2 分。 2. 内容正确，语法正确，得 2 分。 3. 内容正确，语法正确或虽有错误，但不影响理解，得 1 分。 4. 即使语法正确，但是内容错误，得 0 分。 5. 答案超过规定字数 10 词，得 0 分。
1、孩子们总是对周边的一切都非常好奇。(curious) Kids are always very curious about what is around them.
或：all the things around them; quite curious about 评分标准，满分 4 分： 1. kids 前误添 the，扣 0.5 分 2. 漏翻 always 或 very 均扣 0.5 分 3. be curious about 错误扣 1 分 4. 错误使用时态，没有使用一般现在时扣 1 分 2、她在比赛中表现出色，给评委留下了深刻的印象。(which) She performed excellently in the contest, which left a deep impression on the judges. 或：did well/ excellently; in the competition; impressed the judges deeply 评分标准，满分 4 分： 1. 错误使用时态扣 1 分 2. 动词结构 perform excellently, leave sb. a deep impression 均 1 分 3. 没有使用 which 引导的非限制性定于从句，扣 1 分 4. 错误翻译 in the contest 或 the judges 均扣 0.5 分 3、一进学校，她就意外得知有一所名校录取她了。(No sooner…) No sooner had she come into/ entered school than she unexpectedly knew/ learned that she was admitted into a key school/ a famous university. 评分标准，满分 4 分： 1. 倒装结构使用错误扣 1 分 2. 时态错误扣 1 分 3. 动词结构 come into school, unexpectedly know/ learn that…, be admitted into 均 0.5 分 4. 名词词组 a key school/ a famous university 0.5 分 4、奇怪的是，这些年轻人对这些我们都耳熟能详的歌曲却一无所知。(know) Strangely enough,/ It’s strange that these/ the teenagers know nothing about the song(s) which/ that are familiar to us/ we are familiar with. 评分标准，满分 5 分： 1. 句型 Strangely enough 或 It’s strange that…1 分 2. 一般现在时、一般过去时均可，时态错误扣 1 分 3. 动词结构 know nothing about 1 分 4. 形容词词组 be familiar with sth/ be familiar to sb 1 分 5. 名词 the teenagers 或 the song(s)均 0.5 分 5、 为了纪念这位伟大的宇航员， 据说明年将会开拍一部电影让人们了解他的事迹。 (memory) In memory of the great astronaut, it’s said that next year a film will be shot/ made/ produced to help/ let people know about his life.
评分标准，满分 5 分： 1. in memory of 结构 1 分 2. 句型结构 it’s said that…0.5 分 3. to help sb. do 结构 0.5 分 4. 动词结构 make/ shoot/ produce a film 或 know about 均 1 分 5. 名词词组 the great astronaut 或 his life 均 0.5 分
Guided Writing 有的校园活动让你兴奋不已， 有的校园活动让你感到枯燥乏味。 请描述你参与过的一次 校园活动，并简单谈谈你对该活动的看法。 ? 请具体描述一次你参与过的校园活动 ? 并谈谈你对此次校园活动的看法或它对你的影响
评分标准： 1、本题总分为 25 分，其中内容 10 分，语言 10 分，组织结构 5 分。 2、评分时应注意的主要方面：内容要点、应用词汇和语法结构的数量和准确性以及上下文的 连贯性。 3、评分时，先根据文章的内容和语言初步确定所属档次，然后对照相应的组织结构档次给予加分。 其中， 内容和语言两部分相加， 得 15 分或以上者， 可考虑加 4-5 分， 15 分以下者只能考虑加 0、 1、2、3 分。 4、词数少于 70，总分最多不超过 10 分。 档次 A B C D E 各档次给分要求： 内容部分 A．内容充实，主题突出，详略得当。 B．内容较充实，能表达出作文要求。 C．内容基本充实，尚能表达出作文要求。 D．漏掉或未能写清楚主要内容，有些内容与主题无关。 E．明显遗漏主要内容，严重离题。 语言部分 A． 具有很好的语言表达能力， 语法结构正确或有些小错误， 主要因为使用了较复杂结构或 词汇所致。 B． 具有较强的语言表达能力，语法结构和词汇的应用基本正确，错误主要因为尝试较复杂 内容 9—10 7—8 5—6 3—4 0—2 语言 9—10 7—8 5—6 3—4 0—2 组织结构 4—5 3 2 1 0
结构或词汇所致。 C． 有一些语法结构和词汇方面的错误，但不影响理解。 D． 语法结构与词汇错误较多，影响了对内容的理解。 E． 语法结构与词汇的错误很多，影响了对内容的理解。 组织结构部分 A． 自然地使用了语句间的连接成分，全文流畅结构紧凑。句子结构多样，词汇丰富。 B． 能使用语句间连接成分，全文流畅结构紧凑。句子结构多样，词汇较丰富。 C． 能使用简单的语句间连接成分，全文内容连贯。句子结构有一定的变化，词汇使用得 当。 D． 尚能使用语句间连接成分，语言连贯性较差，句子结构单调，词汇贫乏。 E． 缺乏语句间的连接成分，语言不连贯。词不达意。 整体作文分类得分 A类 20—25 分 B类 16—19 分 C类 12—15 分 D类 7 — 11 分 E类 4—6 分
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